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SHOWING 43 RESULTS FOR Advocacy, Benefits, Legal, Financial Services Assistance/Financial
  • PCA Managed

    PCA Emergency Fund

    This last resort crisis assistance program offers assistance to Philadelphia residents age 60+ whose income is within 175% of poverty.

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    PCA 642 N. Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    PCA Helpline 215-765-9040/Administration: 215-765-9010
  • 211 SEPA

    A collaborative effort between the United Ways in PA and NJ to help you find social services in your area. Also offers an online resource database. Use it to find resources like food pantries emergency shelters transportation health clinics rent or utility assistance legal help and more.

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    2-1-1 SEPA c/o United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern NJ
    1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
  • American Kidney Fund

    Provides direct financial assistance to kidney disease patients who cannot afford costs related to their treatment i.e. transportation prescriptions special dietary needs help with living expenses etc.

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    11921 Rockville Pike
    Suite 300
    Rockville, PA 20852
    1/800-638-8299
  • Benefit Bank

    Is an online data base that provides information about agencies that offer help with applying for public benefits and tax credits for low and moderate income families; and online filing of tax returns and student aid applications.

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    728 S Broad Street
    Sponsored by Solutions for Progress Inc
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    215-701-6101
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    Catholic Social Services Casa Del Carmen
    4400 North Reese Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19140
    267-331-2500
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers 2

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    People?s Emergency Center (in the Families First Building)
    3939 Warren Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    267-777-5837
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers 3

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    Philadelphia FIGHT
    1233 Locust Street
    3rd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    215-985-4448
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers 4

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    Project HOME
    1515 Fairmount Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    215-232-7272
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers 5

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    United Communities Southeast Philadelphia (in the Houston)
    2029 S. 8th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19148
    215-468-6111
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers 6

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    Utilities Emergency Services Fund (UESF)
    1617 JFK Blvd. Suite 840
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-972-5170
  • Benefits Data Trust (BDT) and BenePhilly Centers 7

    BDT is a not-for-profit organization committed to assisting low-income individuals/families with accessing benefits. BDT operates the free BenePhilly Enrollment Centers (6 centers in Philadelphia).

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    2 Logan Square
    Suite 550
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    1/844-848-4376
  • BenefitsCheckUp (NCOA)

    An online resource that helps older adults quickly identify programs that may improve their quality of life. Offers information on how to get help paying for prescription drugs health care utilities and other basic needs.

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    National Council on Aging (NCOA)
    1901 L Street NW 4th Floor
    Washington, DC 20036
    1/202-479-1200
  • Board of Directors of City Trusts

    Provides assistance for fuel expenses in the form of 100 gallons of oil or a $200.00 check for gas (payable to the Philadelphia Gas Works) to be applied to recipient’s account. Eligibility restrictions apply. Call to request an application.

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    21 S. 12th Street
    5th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-665-1811
  • Burial and Cremation Services Payment – DHS and PCAO

    The Department of Public Works will provide financial assistance for burial and cremation for eligible individuals. Maximum allowance is $750. Recipient must have been active in system and receiving SSI or cash assistance at time of death. Eligibility determined by PCAO.

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    Philadelphia County Office Assistance (PCAO) Headquarters
    801 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19130
    215-560-7226
  • Burial Assistance for Veterans

    Burial allowance for veterans and their widows or widowers. Vet must be deceased before his or her surviving widow or widower can receive benefits.

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    City of Phila Finance Dept County Services Unit
    1401 JFK Blvd Room 1340 MSB
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    215-686-6199
  • Chevra Kadisha

    Non-profit organization provides orthodox preparation for burials according to Jewish Torah law if requested by deceased and/or family members.

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    1705 Arthur Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19152
    215-342-5204
  • Client Assistance Program at the Center for Disability Law and Policy

    The Center for Disability Law and Policy administers the Client Assistance Program (CAP) which provides assistance to individuals with disabilities by informing and advising them of all available benefits under the Rehabilitation Act.

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    1515 Market Street Suite 1300
    Philadelphia, PA 19102
    215-557-7112
  • Disability Advocacy Program

    Administered by the PA Department of Human Services the Disability Advocacy Program assists those 65 and under in receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).

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    PA Department of Human Services - Disability Advocacy Program
    5201 Old York Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
    215-726-4600
  • Emergency Assistance Shelter Program (DHS)

    Provides temporary shelter for individuals who are currently homeless have no permanent residence or are victims of domestic violence. During that time case management services will be provided to assist with securing more permanent housing. Applicants must provide verification of the following: Identity age social security number income and current lease/owner’s license or current water bill.

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    801 Market Street 5th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-560-1976
  • Energy Co-op The

    An independently-owned local nonprofit energy supplier that works to provide cost savings education and advocacy on behalf of its members and promote the efficient use of energy. Offers members a 100% renewable alternative to electric power and discounts on heating oil.

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    1315 Walnut Street
    Suite 1000
    Philadelphia, PA 19107-4710
    215-413-2122
  • Hear Now

    Hear Now helps individuals who do not have adequate financial resources to access hearing aids and related services. Patients should have had a complete hearing evaluation done within the past 9 months.

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    6700 Washington Avenue South
    Eden Prairie, PA 55344
    1/800-328-8602
  • Homelink Inc.

    Multi-service company that provides supportive services for older adults including service coordination adult day care personal emergency response systems (PERS) and home-delivered meals (meals on wheels).

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    5 W. Mt. Airy Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19119
    215-235-2805
  • Homeowners Emergency Loan Program (HELP)

    The Philadelphia Water Department administers this emergency loan program for water service line or sewer lateral repairs that are the responsibility of the homeowner.

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    Philadelphia Water Department
    1101 Market Street ARA Tower Bldg
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-685-4901
  • Homeowners Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program (HEMAP)

    HEMAP is a state-funded loan program to assist homeowners who fall behind in their mortgage payments due to circumstances beyond their control.

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    211 N. Front Street
    PO Box 8029
    Harrisburg, PA 17105
    1/800-342-2397
  • Jewish Elderly Holocaust Survivors Project

    This project is designed for older persons who lived under Nazi rule during World War II and who need help with everyday activities.

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    10133 Verree Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19116
    215-673-7741
  • Jewish Family & Childrens Services

    The agency’s Services for Older Persons Department provide services which enable older persons to maintain maximum personal independence within their community: telephone reassurance shopping assistance family and individual counseling etc.

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    10125 Verree Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19116
    215-673-7741
  • Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

    A seasonal grant that helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP offers assistance in the form of a cash grant sent directly to the utility company or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.

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    1348 W. Sedgley Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19132-2498
    1/866-857-7095
  • Mayor’s Commission on Aging

    Provides community workshops on health care insurance and fraud prevention assistance with federal and state income tax forms rebates on property taxes or rent discounts on water bills low income energy assistance grants other entitlements etc.

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    100 S Broad Street
    4th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19110
    215-686-8450
  • National Kidney Foundation (Delaware Valley Chapter)

    A national nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract disease improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and families affected by these diseases and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. This NKF chapter serves the Delaware Valley.

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    The Bourse Bldg Suite 411
    111 S. Independence Mall East
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-923-8611
  • PACE

    PACE stands for Pharmaceutical Assistance Contract For The Elderly.

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    555 Walnut Street
    5th floor
    Harrisburg, PA 17101
    1/800-225-7223
  • PECO – An Exelon Company

    PECO is a utility company that provides electric and gas service in the City of Philadelphia and its surrounding counties. PECO offers programs to help low-income customers.

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    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    215-841-4000
  • Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF)

    Provides financing opportunities to older adults and persons with disabilities in PA so they can buy the assistive technology devices and services they need. Offers low-interest loans to help people afford devices such as adapted vehicles hearing aids home modifications scooters and wheelchairs flashing doorbells computers with special assistive software seat lift chairs and closed-circuit TVs.

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    1004 W. 9th Avenue
    1st Floor
    King of Prussia, PA 19406
    1/888-744-1938
  • Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA)

    A state-affiliated agency that works to provide affordable homeownership and rental apartment options for older adults low- and moderate-income families and individuals with special housing needs. Website serves as a comprehensive resource for information about public subsidized and affordable housing communities in PA.

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    Mailing Address Only:
    PO Box 8029
    Harrisburg, PA 17105
    717-780-3800
  • Philadelphia County Assistance Office (PCAO)

    The County Assistance Offices administer Cash Assistance Medical Assistance (Medicaid) Healthy Beginnings Healthy Horizons Food Stamps State Blind Pension Nursing Home Services Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Road to Economic Self Sufficiency through employment training programs and the Disability Advocacy Program. PCAO Address Lookup – Find Your Servicing District Office

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    Dept of Human Services Community Services Dept
    801 Market Street 5th floor Suite 5140
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-560-3283
  • Philadelphia Home Improvement Loan Program (PHIL)

    The PHIL Program is no longer accepting loan applications. The Pennsylvania Housing Authority (PHA) has a similar program: the Keystone Renovate and Repair Program. For more information please call 800-822-1174 or visit http://www.phfa.org/consumers/homeowners/renovate_repair/

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    1234 Market Street
    16th Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    800-822-1174
  • Property Tax/Rent Rebate – PA Dept of Revenue

    Property Tax/Rent Rebate – to qualify you must be 65 years old as of December 31st of the past year or a widow/widower aged 50 to 64 or permanently disabled aged 18 to 64.

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    110 N 8th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-560-3685
  • Salvation Army – Tabernacle Corps

    Community Support Program department provides emergency food clothing beds; some utility assistance (especially those whose utilities are shut off); assistance in filling out LIHEAP forms.

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    3150 N Mascher Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    215-423-9300
  • Social Security Administration

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    1/800-772-1213
  • Southwest Community Development Corporation (Southwest CDC)

    A private non-profit organization that works to combat the housing and home energy problems facing low-income residents in Southwest Philadelphia. Also a Neighborhood Energy Center.

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    6328 Paschall Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19142
    215-729-0800
  • Tribune Charities

    Provides emergency funds to needy individuals. Request must be called in by social worker.

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    520 S 16th Street
    Tribune Building
    Philadelphia, PA 19146
    215-893-4050
  • Understanding Reverse Mortgages (PA Department of Banking and Securities)

    The PA Department of Banking and Securities provides information about reverse mortgages.

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    17 N. 2nd Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17101
    1-800-PA-BANKS
  • US Department of Agriculture 2

    Provides leadership on food agriculture natural resources and related issues based on sound public policy the best available science and efficient management.

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    US Department of Agriculture
    1400 Independence Avenue SW
    Washington, PA 20250
    215-555-1234
  • Victims Compensation Assistance Program

    Provides financial assistance to victims of crime and their families who have suffered an out-of-pocket loss as a direct result of a crime.

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    PO Box 1167
    Harrisburg, PA 17108-1167
    1/800-233-2339

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